Jemez Pueblo Storyteller Koshare Clown, Vera Fragua, POTVF17-13

Figurative pottery has a long history in the Pueblos, but storyteller figures have only been around recently (dating back as early as 1963) which make them an even better piece to have in your collection!
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  • This storyteller koshare clown was hand coiled, painted and crafted by Jemez Pueblo artist Vera Fragua. The clown is holding onto four little koshare clowns and telling them all about their colorful history. Vera uses all natural clay and paint; the details on the clown are painted on with a self made yucca brush. The artist has signed the piece "Vera Fragua Jemez Pueblo" on the bottom. The piece measures 6 1/4" tall, the widest point measures 3" and the base measures 3 3/4" by 1".